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Capcom is obviously focused at the moment on Resident Evil Village (as this Thursday indicates), but that’s not to say that they’re not giving some love to the upcoming Ghosts ‘n Goblins Resurrection. Capcom has released the first Developer Diary for the upcoming title, focusing on what longtime fans can expect from the return of
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You probably encountered the very idea of ‘urban legends’ thanks to the labours of Jan Harold Brunvand, retired Professor of English and eminent folklorist. He did more than anyone else to promote awareness of those short, perfectly-formed morality tales that were told as true, but whose ultimate source – a ‘friend-of-a-friend’ – was distant enough
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EXCLUSIVE: Upcoming Chinese fantasy epic A Writer’s Odyssey (previously Assassin In Red) has landed a U.S. release on February 12, 2021, matching up with the local release which is timed for the typically lucrative Chinese New Year box office stretch. The movie comes from Chinese studio CMC Pictures, which is behind the mega-grossing The Wandering Earth
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The first installment of Disney+’s long and expansive slate of Marvel shows arrives today in the form of WandaVision, which stars Elizabeth Olsen as Wanda Maximoff, a superhuman with telekinesis, telepathy, and reality-bending powers, and Vision (Paul Bettany), Tony Stark’s trusted A.I. sidekick turned sentient android. In the films, the two ex-Avengers fell in love;
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Taking her stage name from a Sailor Moon character, mimete is the musical project of singer-songwriter and visual artist Rinn G, who blends elements of bedroom rock, dream pop, and shoegaze. She released her debut EP daygleam in October of last year, a hauntingly ethereal collection of songs that attempt to grapple with the nature of
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“Do androids dream? Rick asked himself.” Fans will recognize that line from the 1968 classic sci-fi novel “Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?” by Philip K. Dick about Rick Deckard, a bounty hunter who “retired” androids. If Dick were alive today, he might ponder whether neural networks giving artificial intelligence psychedelics hallucinate electric sheep after
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Julia-Sophie has shared a new song called ‘I Wish’. It’s the first single from the Oxford-based artist’s forthcoming sophomore EP </3, and also appears as the opening track on the fifth edition of Slow Dance Records‘ annual compilation, which is out January 26. Check it out below, alongside an accompanying music video. Julia-Sophie said of
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